When instructions fail. The effects of stimulus control training on brain injury survivors' attending and reporting during hearing screenings.

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Bedside hearing screenings are routinely conducted by speech and language pathologists for brain injury survivors during rehabilitation. Cognitive deficits resulting from brain injury, however, may interfere with obtaining estimates of auditory thresholds. Poor comprehension or attention deficits often compromise patient abilities to follow procedural… (More)

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